Mica Media was contracted by PVA Interactive to do the backend programming for American Hardwoods.
American Hardwoods was creating their own content management system and needed someone to work with their designers to create an administrative backend. We created a system for them to manage their multi-level navigation system and their content including articles, photo galleries, listings, and links. We also worked closely with the designers to implement the dynamic portions of the site to display the navigation and content that had been created. In addition to the main site, we implemented a registration and login system for access to their promotional materials including logos, brand guidelines, and sell sheets. With this new system, they are able to quickly and easily change the sections and content of their site so they always have the website exactly how they want it and are able to keep up with the latest trends.
Urban Design Associates asked micamedia to attach a wordpress back-end to a custom designed site. Micamedia used a wordpress API to dynamically insert wordpress content to the custom design in the info and news site.
Micamedia developed a custom web ordering system for stickerguy.
Users can order and upload stickers via the system. users can signup for accounts, monitoring the progress of their order, reordering and more.
Admins can via all orders, process them and more.
The site integrates with paypal payments pro.
A custom developed rating system for restaurants, theaters, and hotels. Complete with a star rating system, user ability to add new items, search, custom fields, and admin control. Admin has the ability to approve, delete and edit ratings.
Talkin Broadway had a version of Matt’s message board. It was getting hit with a lot of traffic and slowing down. Not only that but it didn’t offer many features.
Micamedia was hired to develop a new system that could handle tons of traffic and give Talkin Broadway all the features they needed in a custom message board. Complete with custom caching and more. Today the message board continues to be the #1 place to talk about broadway online.